Report offers plan for better healthcare, lower costs
Los Angeles Times, December 18, 2007
Americans could save $1.5 trillion in healthcare costs over the next decade while covering the uninsured and improving overall quality, according to a report from the Commonwealth Fund. The changes would take widespread reforms to root out inefficiency, however, and would require higher tobacco taxes and other levies.
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